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Odd Fellow Building
Streets; Organizations' facilities; Business districts
Street scene showing the Old Odd Fellow Building located on the northeast corner of Pennsylvania and Washington Streets. A note on the picture states that this is the site of the present I.O.O.F. building....
Douglas Tailoring Company
Tailor shops; Stores & shops; Banners; Motorcycles; Clocks & watches; Automobiles; Carts & wagons
View of the Douglas Tailoring store on Pennsylvania Street. Sale banners, flags, and patriotic bunting hang from the building. Other clothing stores are also located in the building along with a flower...
L. S. Stockman, Drugs
Drugstores; Carriages & coaches; Advertisements
View of the L. S. Stockman drugstore. Signs on the building advertise Y-B cigar and Coca-Cola. A horse-drawn carriage is in front of the store.
Meridian Street North to Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument
Streets; Business districts; Indiana State Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument (Indianapolis, Ind.); Street railroads; Carts & wagons; Carriages & coaches; Crates; Barrels
View along Meridian Street looking north from Georgia Street towards Monument Circle. Trolleys and horse-drawn carriages and wagons are on the street. Crates and barrels can be seen on the sidewalk. Soldiers'...
Indiana Trust Company
Banks; Office buildings; Business districts; Bicycles & tricycles; Automobiles; Carriages & coaches
View of the Flat Iron-style Indiana Trust Company building located on a downtown corner. In addition to the bank, the building also houses insurance companies and a law office. Bicycles, automobiles, and...
Buildings; Office buildings; Banks; Dental offices
View of the Lombard Building which housed a variety of businesses including American National Bank, Geo. J. Marott, Indiana Morgage Loan Co., and Sellers Dentist. A few women can be seen in front of the...
Board of Trade Building
Buildings; Boards of Trade; Churches
View of the Board of Trade building located next to Christ Church Cathedral. Various horse-drawn vehicles are parked along the curb.
Washington Street East from Illinois
Automobiles; Carriages & coaches; Streets; Street railroads; Business districts
View along Washington Street looking east from Illinois Street. Selig's and Wasson's are on the left. Automobiles intermingle with horse-drawn carriages along one side of the street while streetcars travel...
New York Store with Pettis Dry Goods Company
Buildings; Stores & shops; Dry goods stores; Carriages & coaches; Horses; Window displays
View of the New York Store which also houses Pettis Dry Goods. Crowded window displays can be seen along the first floor. Horse-drawn carriages line the street in front of the building.
Illinois and Washington Streets with Flags
Streets; Street railroads; Automobiles; Flags; Business districts; Pedestrians
View along Washington Street looking east from the intersection with Illinois Steet. A streetcar travels up the center of the road while automobiles, horse-drawn carriages, and people fill the street....
Corner of Illinois and Washington Streets Showing the North Side of Washington Street, Indianapolis, 1906
Business districts; Carts & wagons; Street railroads; Pedestrians; Streets
Streetcars, pedestrians, and horse-drawn vehicles crowd the intersection at Illinois and Washington Streets in downtown Indianapolis. Signs for various businesses can be seen on the buildings along the...
Illinois and Washington Streets
Streets; Traffic congestion; Carts & wagons; Business districts; Street railroads; Pedestrians
Trolley cars, horse-drawn vehicles, and pedestrians clog the intersection of Illinois and Washington Streets in downtown Indianapolis. Flags and banners hang from the surrounding buildings.
Busy East Washington Street Corner
Street railroads; Buildings; Horses; Pedestrians; Streets; Carriages & coaches; Business districts
View of a bustling downtown street corner with streetcars, horse-drawn carriages, and people on the street.
When Clothing Store
Stores & shops; Carts & wagons; Clothing stores; Mansard roofs; Awnings
Ornate four-story clothing store with a mansard roof and decorative ironwork along the roofline. Street-level awnings bear the name of the store. Two horse-drawn vehicles are next to the sidewalk, along...
Buildings; Awnings; Carriages & coaches; Auditoriums
View of Tomlinson Hall and the surrounding streets. Awnings on the first floor advertise Tish-I-Mingo and Cheap John from Texas. Horse-drawn vehicles and men are on the street.
Masonic buildings; Buildings; Streets; Fraternal lodges; Clubs; Lodges
View of the Masonic Temple which stood at the southeast corner of Capital Avenue and Washington Streets and was destroyed by fire. This was the last home of the Grand Lodge and Blue Lodge before relocating...
Central Trust Co.
Buildings; Banks; Carriages & coaches; Business districts
View of the Central Trust Company and surrounding buildings. The building on the near side has signs for Couchman Dentist, Secruity Trust, and Fieber & Reilly; the far building advertises W. T. Patten...
Delivery Trucks and Wagons at Traction Terminal Freight Depot
Trucks; Carts & wagons; Warehouses; Monuments & memorials; Indiana State Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument (Indianapolis, Ind.)
Several trucks and horse-drawn wagons deliver goods to three warehouse buildings. The Soldiers and Sailors Monument can be seen in the distance.
Wreath of Flowers for Those Who Died in the War
Monument Circle (Indianapolis, Ind.); World War, 1914-1918--Indiana--Indianapolis; Parades & processions; English Hotel (Indianapolis, Ind.)
A wreath of flowers sits on a horse-drawn caisson. The wreath is in honor of the soldiers who gave their lives fighting in World War I. More than three thousand Indiana soldiers died in the war.
City in Transition
Transportation; Office buildings; Traction Terminal Building (Indianapolis, Ind.)
As depicted in this 1905 image, Indianapolis was a city in transition with the varying modes of transportation. Notice the horse-drawn carriage, bicycle, automobile, and interurbans all found on the same...
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